Since the Red Sox achieved a historic World Series victory at Fenway Park last night, I figured it was a good time to post some images of perhaps the greatest player ever to don the uniform in Boston, Ted Williams. The Splendid Splinter was quite the outdoorsman, and he had a particular love of. . .
Kim has a habit of catching the best fish of the trip, no matter where she is. Photo by Will Lillard
Our office manager/guide Kim Lawson and I found some time to take a road trip to upstate New York in search of some steelhead. It is a trip we have been meaning to do for several years now, so we hopped in our campervan and headed up to Oak Orchard Creek in western. . .
Max Harkness caught this trout at Orvis Sandanona last spring. Photo courtesy Cynthia Harkness
[Editor’s Note: Proud mom Cynthia Harkness—who works at the Orvis store in Dedham, Massachusetts—sent in this great story, written by her 12-year-old son Max for his first writing assignment for the 6th-grade English class. We present Max’s work here, . . .
The Upper Madison below Earthquake Lake continued to produce when the Yellowstone National Park was off-limits. Photo courtesy Lone Mountain Ranch
Over the two weeks when the U.S. government was shut down, anglers around the area were frustrated by the closure of Yellowstone National Park. Fall fishing inside the park can provide the opportunity for the fish of a. . .
Stunning wild steelhead is what the Skeena system is known for, and it didn’t disappoint. Photo by Mark Shamburg
Though trout season in Colorado is still going strong, Reid Baker of Freestone Outfitters in Denver recently took some time and traveled north to British Columbia to chase steelhead on the world famous Skeena River system. On an ever-dwindling list of. . .